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iOS Devices Now Approved For Military Use By Department Of Defense

05/17/2013, Earlier this month, we heard reports both Samsung Galaxy and iOS devices were in the process of being approved to be used by the U.S. Department of Defense. Soon after that report, we heard both BlackBerry and Samsung devices were approved, but there was...

Pentagon Okays Use Of BlackBerry And Samsung Devices

05/03/2013, It was a couple of days ago when we brought you word that the Pentagon is mulling over the suitability of using both Apple as well as Samsung devices in their hallowed hallways, and here we are with word that the Pentagon has just approved the use of...

Pentagon Could Enlist Samsung And Apple Devices

05/01/2013, Government contracts can be lucrative business if you happen to win a tender fair and square, but before “victory” is achieved, one would need to perform a careful study when formulating the winning formula, so to speak. We do know that Apple as well...

Pentagon Wants EMP Grenade

11/27/2012, We have seen the devastating effects of an EMP blast before – mostly in comics, and more recently, in a plethora of sci-fi movies. Well, it seems that the EMP blast is something that the Pentagon is looking for, and to be more specific, they way an...

Pentagon will continue to use BlackBerry phones

10/31/2012, In spite of an era that is dominated by iPhone 5s, Galaxy smartphones, and Nexus devices, Research In Motion continues to prove its reliability in terms of security, at least to the Pentagon. The Pentagon, the heart of America’s security and...

Pentagon lays down new social media rules

08/22/2012, The Pentagon has just updated their latest set of rules for service members when it comes to using popular social media outlets, and of course, you would expect the big guns such as Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest to rank amongst the list. This new...

Insects could help Pentagon in surveillance

11/25/2011, We have always looked to nature as a source of inspiration when it comes to developing the latest technology to help our fellow mankind – well, US scientists over at the Pentagon are now working on a new way to harness the power of insects –...

Dell Streak 5 cleared by Pentagon

11/02/2011, Who would have thought that the Dell Streak 5, one of the more unheralded Android-powered slate devices in the market, has been cleared for government use by the Pentagon? Yes sir, we are talking about an already discontinued device, but I guess after...

Pentagon Finally Admits to Cyber-Security Hack in 2008

08/26/2010, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense William S. Lynn III has finally, after two years, confirmed that the Pentagon has undergone a major cyber-security attack in 2008, calling the incident “the most significant breach of U.S. military computers...